Fellows’ Recently Published Works
Supporting, promoting, and deploying artistic and humanistic scholarship for and by Carolina’s faculty
Through the Institute’s fellowships and programs, we support faculty by offering an interdisciplinary environment to pursue artistic and scholarly projects that lead to publication, exhibition, composition, and performance.
This opportunity not only shapes our Fellows during their semester in Hyde Hall, but also contributes to each respective field and discipline, and allows Fellows to bring the knowledge they have acquired back into the classroom.
Watch a video of Claude Clegg (FFP ’17), Julia Haslett (FFP ’18), and Chad Bryant (FFP ’19) talking about the impact of the Faculty Fellowship Program on their projects published in 2020 and 2021.
Below are recently published works by current and former IAH Fellows.
View a list of works published in past years:
Allen Anderson (FFP ’00, ’13), Music
Hildegard von Bingen, Ordo Virtutum, opera. (electronic drones and accompaniments for the chant melodies)
This Night, This Moment, concert of seven works by Allen Anderson
Hsumei’s Lantern, In Defense of Corrosion, cym bow lick (electronic music with video of art installations), at the Horace Williams House Gallery
David Baker (FFP ’16), English and Comparative Literature
Early Modern Criticism in a Time of Crisis, Tome Press (digital)
Florence Dore (FFP ’13, ’22; ALP ’20), English and Comparative Literature
Highways and Rocketships, album, 2022. Named the best Americana and Non-Country album in 2022 by Lonesome Highway magazine.
Read a story about Dore and her album from the College.
Kathleen DuVal (FFP ’13, ’22), History
Give Me Liberty!: An American History, W. W. Norton
Bart Ehrman (FFP ’89, ’92), Religious Studies
Journeys to Heaven and Hell: Tours of the Afterlife in the Early Christian Tradition, Yale University Press
Melanie Feinberg (FFP ’18), School of Information and Library Science
Everyday Adventures with Unruly Data, MIT Press
Michael Figueroa (FFP ’20), Music
City of Song: Music and the Making of Modern Jerusalem, Oxford University Press
Michael Gutierrez (FFP ’19), English and Comparative Literature
The Swill, Leapfrog Press
Gail Henderson (ALP ’11), School of Medicine
Bioethics Reenvisioned: A Path Toward Justice, UNC Press
James Hirschfield (FFP ’90, ’93, ’01; ALP ’12), Art and Art History
Gilded Threads, sculpture
Kelly Hogan (FFP ’12), Biology
Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom with Viji Sathy, West Virginia University Press. Read a Q&A with Hogan and Sathy about the book.
Valerie Lambert (FFP ’05), Anthropology
Native Agency: Indians in the Bureau of Indian Affairs, University of Minnesota Press
Jacqueline Lawton (FFP ’18), Dramatic Art
“So Goes We” in the Telling Our Stories of Home: International Performance Pieces by and About Women, Bloomsbury
Chaos, commission for Peace Studio
Pamela Lothspeich (FFP ’12), Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Mimetic Desires: Impersonation and Guising Across South Asia, editor, University of Hawai‘i Press
Michael McFee (FFP ’95, ’08), English and Comparative Literature
A Long Time to Be Gone, Carnegie Mellon University Press
Hugo Mendez (FFP ’22), Religious Studies
The Cult of Stephen in Jerusalem: Inventing a Patron Martyr, Oxford University Press
Torin Monahan (FFP ’20), Communication
Crisis Vision: Race and the Cultural Production of Surveillance, Duke University Press
Ruth Moose (FFP ’08), English and Comparative Literature
The Goings on at Glen Arbor Acres, St. Andrews Press
Morgan Pitelka (FFP ’17; ALP ’18), Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Reading Medieval Ruins: Urban Life and Destruction in Sixteenth-Century Japan, Cambridge University Press
Letters from Japan’s Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries: The Correspondence of Warlords, Tea, Masters, Zen Priests, and Aristocrats, Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Aleksandra Prica (FFP ’20), Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures
Decay and Afterlife: Form, Time, and the Textuality of Ruins, 1100 to 1900, The University of Chicago Press
C.D.C Reeve (FFP ’10), Philosophy
Plato: Laws, translation and introduction, Hackett Publishing
Aristotle’s Theology: The Primary Texts, translation and introduction, Hackett Publishing
Courtney Rivard (FFP ’21; ALP ’23), English and Comparative Literature
Layered Lives: Rhetoric and Representation in the Southern Life History Project
Steven Rosefielde (FFP ’00, ’07), Economics
America’s Future: Biden and the Progressives, World Scientific Publishing
Viji Sathy (ALP ’21), Psychology and Neuroscience
Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Promoting Equity in the College Classroom with Kelly Hogan, West Virginia University Press. Read a Q&A with Hogan and Sathy about the book.
Bland Simpson (FFP ’98, ’06), English and Comparative Literature
The Mystery of Beautiful Nell Cropsey, audio book
50 Songs & Tunes – The Red Clay Ramblers, digital recording
John Sweet (FFP ’07, ’20), History
The Sewing Girl’s Tale: A Story of Crime and Consequences in Revolutionary New York, MacMillan. Winner of a 2023 Bancroft Prize from Columbia University.
Listen to a podcast with Sweet about his research for the book.
His book was also featured in the College’s Bookmark This series.
Jane Thrailkill (FFP ’02, ’09, ’13), English and Comparative Literature
Philosophical Siblings: Varieties of Playful Experience in Alice, William, and Henry James, University of Pennsylvania Press
Adam Versényi (FFP ’93; ALP ’04), Dramatic Art
The Dramaturgy of Space, translation, Bloomsbury
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